Grapes: 40% Red Garnacha, 60% Cariñena
Elaboration: Varieties separately fermented. Temperature controlled 78º – 82º, long maceration. Followed by malic-lactic fermentation. Once this process is completed we proceed with the coupage and bottling.
Taste: Carries intense notes of flowers, fruits and minerals from the soil. This wine is fresh, very fruity, round balanced and very long.
Color: Intense ruby.
Talking About the Wines:
-International Wine Report, April '17 gave 91 points to 2015 Giné Giné. "...Forward and delicious aromas of black plum, black cherry, cardamom and hints of milk chocolate. On the palate there are rich flavors of black cherry, roasted dates, French vanilla and chocolate shavings. This continues to display decadent dark flavors while maintaining a strong mineral backbone. Delicious now and should drink beautifully well into the next decade."
-International Wine Report, Feb '16 gave 90 points to 2013 Giné Giné. "This Priorat bottling begins with an impressive range of aromas with red currant, red raspberry, lavender and pipe tobacco. There are flavors of anise, red cherry, red raspberry, French vanilla and hints of creme de cassis in this forward yet structured wine. Very solid."
-Wine & Spirits Magazine, Feb '16 gave 92 points to 2013 Giné Giné. "A blend of 60% cariñena and 40% garnacha, all planted in slate soils, the 2013 is a delicate and tender take on the region, with nuances of sweet spices on its refreshing cherry and raspberry tones."
-Vinous Media (Explore All Things Wine), Jan '16 gave 90 points to 2013 Giné Giné. "Vibrant black raspberry and cherry aromas are complicated by suggestions of cracked pepper and candied flowers...Nervy and nicely persistent, the wine finsishes with firm, fine-grained tannins and a sweet floral pastille quality."